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[resolved] Update Cache File (2 posts)

  1. richterd
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi there,
    first of all quick cache seems to be a great plugin. Easy setup and important settings balance each other. Nevertheless I have two questions:

    1. Is there any support for mobile plugins planned? E.g. If I use a different theme for mobile devices I would need a different cache file for those.

    2. As updating cache files in the correct moment seems to be the hardest challenge for caching engines, I would love to see a settings named "update the chache file each time a logged in user loads the page". In this way I can make changes anywhere in wordpress, and then just load the affected pages while I am logged in, which will automatically updated the correct cached files.
    This way editors could make their changes, look if everything looks fine, and without knowing they automatically updated the cache files.

    Keep it up,
    Daniel

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/

  2. raamdev
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi Daniel,

    1. Is there any support for mobile plugins planned? E.g. If I use a different theme for mobile devices I would need a different cache file for those.

    This would require whatever plugin or theme is doing the switching of themes (mobile vs desktop) to integrate with Quick Cache through its plugin architecture so that each variation is cached. Please see: https://github.com/WebSharks/Quick-Cache/wiki/Plugin-Options#wiki-themeplugin-developers

    The Weaver II Theme is an example of a developer having done this. (Here is a thread where this was discussed.)

    If you would like to submit a feature request to have Quick Cache itself integrate with a specific theme switching plugin, I invite you to open that feature request.

    2. As updating cache files in the correct moment seems to be the hardest challenge for caching engines, I would love to see a settings named "update the chache file each time a logged in user loads the page". In this way I can make changes anywhere in wordpress, and then just load the affected pages while I am logged in, which will automatically updated the correct cached files.
    This way editors could make their changes, look if everything looks fine, and without knowing they automatically updated the cache files.

    Quick Cache already detects when a post has been updated and clears the cache for that specific post. That said, I do see the usefulness of an option that lets you "update the chache file each time a logged in user loads the page". If you'd like to open a feature request, I'll add it to my todo list for a future release. :)

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